Nicorette Quickmist x2 only £16.99 From Amazon
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Nicorette Quickmist x2 only £16.99 From Amazon

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Found 9th Jan 2013
Used these last year and they worked pretty well, the two pack is usually £20-£25 (amazon-high street), so thought this may help some others.

By far the cheapest I have seen this, with free delivery (from the 14th Jan)

You can also "subscribe" for example a few months and save a bit extra per pack.

Definitely worth a go, I found them very different to use than gums and lozenges, very quick, and clean to use.
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Just to add, I used these last springtime for approx 3 months, and stopped in the summer. Haven't smoked since.

They may seem expensive but iirc you get 100 sprays on average from each quickmist, you start by doing up to 10 in a day, then cut it down, after 2 weeks I was down to 2/3 sprays a day till I gave up. This two pack may be all you need, could well last a a month or two
Got these on prescription as part of the anti-smoking campaign. Tried the inhalers, nasal sprays, patches and gum and these were the only thing that worked. Plus it's fun to give people a go and watch them writhe around on the ground making blurk noises and retching when they're not used to it . They're light a really strong menthol fag.
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dalecheesy

Got these on prescription as part of the anti-smoking campaign. Tried the … Got these on prescription as part of the anti-smoking campaign. Tried the inhalers, nasal sprays, patches and gum and these were the only thing that worked. Plus it's fun to give people a go and watch them writhe around on the ground making blurk noises and retching when they're not used to it . They're light a really strong menthol fag.



Yeah, I think things like gum / lozenges don't work for many as when I did them I was constantly chewing etc. the quick mist is a quick squirt and you put it away, I really do recommend folk to try them, and this is the cheapest I have seen.

They are a bit James Bond like too, and retain the phallic symbolism of smoking ;-)
the best out there i had smoked for over 30 years up to 50 cigs a day tried everything out there. these are the only thing that has ever helped.well worth haveing a go with
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dave1961

the best out there i had smoked for over 30 years up to 50 cigs a day … the best out there i had smoked for over 30 years up to 50 cigs a day tried everything out there. these are the only thing that has ever helped.well worth haveing a go with



Well done dave
Yip let's light up to celebrate Mind i still have the odd sneaky one then I open another quickmist and start all over again. Oh well God loves a trier. He'll be wearing a tshirt with my name on it.
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dalecheesy

Yip let's light up to celebrate Mind i still have the odd sneaky one … Yip let's light up to celebrate Mind i still have the odd sneaky one then I open another quickmist and start all over again. Oh well God loves a trier. He'll be wearing a tshirt with my name on it.


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The odd sneaky one is better than being a ten / twenty a day person, so expensive to smoke now, typical smoker spends £120-£240 a month on a pretty crap thin.

That money could go into One's Hotukdeals fund...
Yip. I've mainly taken to smoking my mates cigarettes. Works out much cheaper lol
My friend is a smoke cessation nurse and highly recommends this spray. She was very disappointed when the NHS withdrew funding for this to be prescribed due to costing. She says it helps people using it alone and with the patches as it delivers an instant hit to help with cravings.

Well done Dave and good luck to all of you that are trying to quit - think of all the bargains you will be able to buy from this site (_;)
Thank you op. this is exactly what I was looking for :-)
I bought this for my brother, same sort of idea I think but in a cigarette shape and it gives off pretend smoke.
http://www.skycig.co.uk/media/start_page/start_kit01.jpg

They're well worth it flasm. Just be careful the first time you spray as they're very strong. Also push the top down away from your mouth when you first open it to charge the spray up. I didnt the first time and it ended up a stream instead of a mist which was painful to say the least

My mates got something similar to that one Dianne. The end glows green and you can buy different kinds of cartridges for it. Tried the normal ones and the menthol ones. They're really good if you miss holding the cigarettes.
Edited by: "dalecheesy" 10th Jan 2013
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dianneNE

I bought this for my brother, same sort of idea I think but in a … I bought this for my brother, same sort of idea I think but in a cigarette shape and it gives off pretend smoke.



Not trying to big up my amazingly hot uk deal, but I don't like the idea of these electric cigarettes. Part of the addiction of smoking, in my mind, is the ritual of holding a cigarette, watching the smoke, etc... This product seems to carry on that ritual... Still different things work for different folks I guess.

I think I was rather addicted to the gums in the past, would be chewing them all day, and it messed up my appetite.

DonkeyKonk

Not trying to big up my amazingly hot uk deal, but I don't like the idea … Not trying to big up my amazingly hot uk deal, but I don't like the idea of these electric cigarettes. Part of the addiction of smoking, in my mind, is the ritual of holding a cigarette, watching the smoke, etc... This product seems to carry on that ritual... Still different things work for different folks I guess.I think I was rather addicted to the gums in the past, would be chewing them all day, and it messed up my appetite.



Ooops maybe I've bought the wrong thing for him? Having never been a smoker, I never thought of it as replacing one addiction with another. My brother is always saying that he wants to stop but he can't afford patches etc (but can afford cigarettes - hmm) I am more worried as he has 3 little ones and although he goes outside to smoke, they follow him and the middle one has asthma. Perhaps this quickmist will be a better option?
You are right, your deal is so amazingly hot, it's smoking!
Edited by: "dianneNE" 10th Jan 2013
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dianneNE

Ooops maybe I've bought the wrong thing for him? Having never been a … Ooops maybe I've bought the wrong thing for him? Having never been a smoker, I never thought of it as replacing one addiction with another. My brother is always saying that he wants to stop but he can't afford patches etc (but can afford cigarettes - hmm) I am more worried as he has 3 little ones and although he goes outside to smoke, they follow him and the middle one has asthma. Perhaps this quickmist will be a better option?You are right, your deal is so amazingly hot, it's smoking!


dianneNE

Ooops maybe I've bought the wrong thing for him? Having never been a … Ooops maybe I've bought the wrong thing for him? Having never been a smoker, I never thought of it as replacing one addiction with another. My brother is always saying that he wants to stop but he can't afford patches etc (but can afford cigarettes - hmm) I am more worried as he has 3 little ones and although he goes outside to smoke, they follow him and the middle one has asthma. Perhaps this quickmist will be a better option?You are right, your deal is so amazingly hot, it's smoking!


This is very cheap for a two pack, think its definitely worth a go. I think the initial costs put people off, but like i say a two pack could do the job. Maybe go ahead with the dummy cigarettes, if you have them for him already, but these are very good i reckon.

(non)- Smoking deal indeed ;-)
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